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Early Music Mining Conference - April 10, 2010

Chalice Consort

Saturday, April 10, 2010 from 10:00 AM to 6:30 PM (PDT)

Early Music Mining Conference - April 10, 2010

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General Admission; NOTE: all tickets at the door is $60 (online sale ends 4/8/10) Ended $60.00 $0.00
Current members of Early Music America and parishoners of St. Mark's Lutheran (online sale ends 4/8/10) NOTE: all tickets at the door is $60 Ended $50.00 $0.00
General Admission Group Purchase for 5 people (limited number available); (online sale ends 4/8/10) NOTE: no group ticket sales at the door Ended $275.00 $0.00
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Chalice Consort is pleased to announce the first annual Early Music Mining Conference (EMMC), which brings together musicologists, scholars, musicians, and listeners of early music to examine newly-discovered and edited music from the Renaissance and Baroque eras, and select two pieces from those heard at the conference to be premiered at a future Chalice Consort concert.

Date & Time:

Saturday, April 10, 2010
10am to 6:30pm (registration open at 9:30am)

9:30am – 10am: Doors Open/Registration

10am – 10:20am: Opening Remarks & Introductions

10:20am – 11am: Thomas Ashwell’s Missa Ave Maria directed by Davitt Moroney

11am – 11:20am: Panel discussion about the Ashwell’s piece

11:20am - 11:45am: Michael Anderson , Eastman School of Music, Rochester NY, USA )

11:45am - 12:10pm:
Date of piece: pre 15th century
Composer and title: Anonymous: Office Plainchant for St. Anne
Source: Italy, Turin, Bn MS J.II.9
Scholar:  Michael Anderson (Eastman School of Music , Rochester NY, USA)
Director: David Trendell

12:10pm – 1:10pm: Lunch Break

1:10pm – 1:35pm: Daniel Donnelly, McGill University, Canada (via pre-recorded video)

1:35pm – 2:05pm:
Date of piece: [c.1480-90?]
Composer and title: Anonymous (attributed to Heinrich Isaac ): Salve virgo sanctissima
Source: Spain , Segovia CS 15, no. 45, f. 87v-89
Scholar: Daniel Donnelly (McGill University , Montréal, Canada)
Director: David Trendell

2:05pm – 2:30pm: Sean Doherty, Ireland (via pre-recorded video)

2:30pm – 3pm:
Date of piece: c.1520
Composer and title: Anonymous: [Vidi Aquam] Egredientem de templo
Source: Great Britain, Arundel Choirbook [Lambeth MS 1]
Scholar : Sean Doherty (Trinity College, Dublin)
Director: Jeremy Summerly

3pm – 3:30pm: Break

3:30pm – 3:55pm:  Jessica Chisholm,  Rutgers University ,  New Jersey ,  USA

3:55pm – 4:20pm:
Date of piece: c.1550-57

Composer and title: William Mundy (c.1528-1591): Gloria from the Mass upon the square

Source:  Great Britain , British Library, "Gyffard" partbooks,  GB-Lbl  17802 -5

Scholar: Jessica Chisholm (Rutgers University,  New Jersey ,  USA)

Director: David Trendell

4:20pm - 4:45pm: Peter S Poulos, U. of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

4:45pm - 5:15pm:
Date of piece: 1597
Composer and title: Simone Molinaro (c.1570-1636): Quae est ista quae progreditur
Source: Italy, Bologna: Motectorum Liber Primus (Vincenti: Venice 1597)
Scholar:  Peter S Poulos (University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA)
Director:  Geoffrey Webber

5:15pm – 5:30pm: Voting

5:30pm – 6pm: Counting of votes/Break

6pm – 6:30pm: Announcement of winners

Guest Directors & Panel Speakers

Davitt Moroney (Moderator)

Jeremy Summerly

David Trendell

Geoffrey Webber 


St Mark’s Lutheran
1111 O’ Farrell Street
San Francisco, CA 94109

(415) 928-7770

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When & Where

St. Mark's Lutheran SF
1111 O'Farrell Street
San Francisco, CA 94109

Saturday, April 10, 2010 from 10:00 AM to 6:30 PM (PDT)

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Chalice Consort

Chalice Consort collaborates with early music scholars and musicians in helping little-known works from the Renaissance and early Baroque eras become more widely appreciated by the modern music-loving public. The Consort pays special attention to the verbal texts and to the music's rhetorical force, as well as to acoustics. Its performances also take into account the various concepts of stylistic decorum that were strongly articulated by humanist writers in the Renaissance and provide an essential part of the context in which these repertoires were composed, performed, and first appreciated. Chalice Consort aims to communicate the emotional power of this music to modern listeners.

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